Swayback slip joint with stag

Craig

KNIFE MAKER
3 5/8 closed and 6 1/2 open. 416 integral bolsters / liners, mill relieved at the pivot.

CPM 154 blade 60 RC. half stop, file worked liners.

Thanks for looking.

Craig









 

jeffsaul

Well-Known Member
Hey Craig,

I had my WT out today comparing it to some of my other knives and I have to tell you, it's all there. Your craftsmanship is superb, I am really thankful to have
inadvertently found you on this site. GREAT WORK and a complete gentleman to work with, I can not find fault with any aspect of the construction of the knife and believe that anyone doing business
with Craig will be highly satisfied.

Jeff
 

Craig

KNIFE MAKER
Thanks Paps.

Thanks Jeff for the kind words, I really appreciate your support. It is a pleasure talking with you and kicking around knife ideas and new things to try.

Thanks

Craig
 

Lagrange

Well-Known Member
Craig that is one pretty knife. I dont usually go for that style, but I like that one for sure. Good job!
 

Travis Fry

Well-Known Member
I was pretty sure it was impossible to outdo the last one with mammoth that you posted, but I think you did. Amazing!
 

Bruce Bump

Forum Owner-Moderator
Clean, Clean, Clean
Love the sunken spine, sharp nail nick, stag, formed pins, blade swedge............................on and on
 
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